Process Safety is a disciplined framework for managing the integrity of hazardous operating systems and processes. By applying good design principles, engineering and operating practices, you can prevent and control incidents that lead to toxic exposure, fires or explosions.
This series of eight training workshops conducted by SITLEARN Professional Development is specially designed to help people tasked with safety responsibilities gain the engineering and management expertise needed to safely operate a plant in Singapore.
|1||Process Safety Concepts||1 day|
|2||Fire and Explosion Prevention||2 days|
|3||Designing and Engineering for Safe Operations: Runaway Reactions and Dust Handling||2 days|
|4||Relief Systems: Types, Characteristics and Design Considerations||2 days|
|5||Process Hazard Analysis||2 days|
|6||Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)||2 days|
|7||The Human Factor in Process Safety||2 days|
|8||Quantitative Risk Analysis||3 days|
Participants who successfully complete all workshops in the series will receive an SIT Specialist Certificate in Process Safety.
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Associate Professor Lim Kok Hwa
Singapore Institute of Technology
PhD, Technische Universität München
Kok Hwa is an Associate Professor at Singapore Institute of Technology. Over the past decade, he has taught a variety of courses, including Industrial Chemical Processes, and Industrial Chemical and Biological Plant Safety. He is also experienced in emergency/contingency planning, and is involved in many committees dealing with safety matters and safety reviews.
He received a Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours) in Computational Science and Chemistry, and a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore. He later obtained his doctoral degree from the Technische Universität München (TUM) in Germany.
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